Termites

 
Strand Termite & Pest Control has provided termite soil treatments for new construction throughout our service area for over 40 years. We proudly provide these services for custom builders, national builders, and even homeowners.

What is a termite soil treatment?

The standards for termite treatment vary depending on the type of new construction. For example, monolithic or raised block slab, crawlspaces, beach houses, or any combination of these types of construction types require treatment ... Read more
 
Termites - Pest Control in Ocean Isle Beach, NC
 

Bora-Care Pre Treatments

The Bora-Care pre-construction treatments for termites are approved as a "stand alone" treatment for newly constructed buildings. This treatment method has been approved both by the U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development AND the Southern Building Codes Congress International since 1999. The Dept. of Pesticide Regulation in SC also lists Bora-Care as a "stand alone" termite treatment method.


Why Treat the Wood?

Sometimes, due to poor weather, standard soil treatment cannot be performed. The Bora-Care method allows the builder to continue working without losing time. Also, Strand can perform the service without halting the building process and provide the owner of the property with a repair warranty.  Read more

Termite Post-Treatment Protection

Why Do I Need Termite Treatment?

In the Southern Coastal region, subterranean termite pressure is among the highest in the U.S. These termites cause billions of dollars in damage every year to properties of all sizes. In places of high subterranean termite pressure, such as Brunswick, Horry, and Georgetown, many homeowners experience infestations. This can cause serious damage to property. These homeowners trust Strand Termite & Pest Control and our 40+ years of experience to assist them with their termite issues.

Termite treatment can either be performed as a preventative or curative measure. Why wait until your home is damaged?

What is a Termite Treatment?

For an existing structure, treating termites can require multiple steps, such as: Read more

Termite Warranty Inspections

After the initial treatment, we offer the builder a one-year warranty. We also offer the homeowner a four- year warranty. It covers the cost of termite damage treatment or replacement cost during the contract period. A minimum five-year warranty is available for all newly built homes.